Maté with catuaba and burita from one of the leading Paraguayan brands. Very refreshing, sweet taste helps concentration and relieves stress. A mild aphrodisiac.
The Kurupí brand has maté processed in the traditional Paraguayan style, with more dust and stalks. In this mix, maté is complemented by red catuaba bark and burrita leaves.
After opening the package, fresh menthol and herbal tones hit the nose, and the burrito is in the foreground, the smell of which will accompany you all the time you drink. There is also a note of fennel, but these tones disappear when you pour the mate on.
The taste is sweetly refreshing, in the first infusions it is relatively herbal. It then turns into a delicately balanced one, but still keeps it fresh and sweet.
Katuaba helps fight exhaustion and general fatigue, high blood pressure and loss of concentration. Mats in combination with catatuaba are successfully used by students during the trial period, because they can study until late at night by drinking this drink. In combination with burritus, it also helps with mental stress. Katuaba is a mild aphrodisiac.
Burrito (Wendita calysinum) has a great effect on the digestive system and overall metabolism. Supports the work of the liver, gallbladder, spleen, bladder, improves digestion, stomach and intestines. It is especially suitable after overeating, poisoning with alcohol and other substances. It reduces acidity, gas, stomach and intestinal problems. It has a harmonizing effect on the endocrine system, female and male sexual organs. The contained flavonoids have a strong protective and antioxidant effect during the degeneration of cells and joints. Overall, it strengthens the body during stress, flu and colds. It reduces the occurrence of internal tensions.
Kurupí is a popular Paraguayan brand operating under the auspices of Santa Margarita. The versatility of their maté is often emphasized – it is suitable for both beginners and experienced matéists, it tastes great cold and prepared in a traditional way.
The brand name is derived from the mythology of the Guarani Indians. Kurupi was one of the descendants of Tau and Kerana and is considered a fertility spirit. He is described as small, ugly and hairy, with his attribute wrapped several times around his waist
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